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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 03-21-04, 08:14 PM Thread Starter
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victor junior heads and a T3 stroker

i know a guy that is selling a pair of Victor Junior alloy heads to suit a windsor. They are complete heads with valves springs and guide plates.

What i am asking is would these heads suit/work well with the T3 stroker engines using the std intake,intake manafold, fueling system? Or are they more suited towards a complete high horsepower engine? I think they flow around the 480-500hp, from memory.


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Re: victor junior heads and a T3 stroker

Hey noddy
I wouldn't have a clue if they go or not. Try and give Bob a ring he will let ya know. If they dont fit your's and they will fit on my ute give me a yell and i will see if i can spare the funds...

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Re: victor junior heads and a T3 stroker

YES they'll be perfect..Make sure you get roller rockers too as they are different to pedestal crappy type..Check or cc chambers on a stroker compression is an issue.Get the hardened pushrods as well.. Cannot use soft wall pushrods from std engine...

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Dunno I put 185 AFR's on my 306 and it fly's (7000)rpm. Vr Jnr's dont' flow as well up to .55" lift then they do but only a bit and port vol is largish at 210cc. I'd reccomend 185 (or larger if want room to grow) AFR's especially with short lift street cams, flow nearly 580Hp out of the box. price is good too!
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Re: victor junior heads and a T3 stroker

They aren't ideal for your engine, but if they are the right price, i'd throw them on!

Your intake will be holding them back big time. The port volume is also on the large size for 347 cubes. The bottom end will be a little soft..
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victor junior heads and edlebrock performer RPM heads are made for the 351 windsor. Really nice heads for the 351w. i still prefer AFR~

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